I’ve been seeing Dr. Gray for a little under a year. He’d greatly improved my hair loss, but I had some areas where I’d pulled my hair as a child and more thinning than I liked on the crown. I just had a hair transplant performed by him. He and his staff/techs are the nicest people. Everyone was so good at what they were doing and working together in sync. I felt nothing through the entire procedure. I was given a very thorough bag of supplies when left along with very clear instructions. Dr. Gray called to check in on me and see how I was doing. He’s very considerate of my pain and need to sleep, and he’s through in answering my questions. Sure, I hurt. But not nearly as much as I know I could. I’m very able to handle it. I can’t recommend his office enough. I may never have the hair I used to, but he’s helping me reach a point where Im happy looking in the mirror and not self-conscious, and he’s kind as can be through the process. I feel very confident about the process with his knowledge and skill being what’s behind it.
6 months ago
Dr. Gray is an outstanding physician. He’s an expert who communicates well and made sure I understood the process of my procedure. Always took his time with me. I feel he’s passionate in his commitment to help his patients. It’s more than a “job” to him. He’s the type of physician all of us want! Can’t say enough wonderful things about him and Sarah, too. Great experience.
8 months ago
After years of chronic illness and accidents, my hair was part of me I consistently found attractive. It always shed a lot, but it was consistently dense. In 2020 I was put on multiple medications that all can trigger hair loss and ignored by my gp when I said I thought I was losing hair. Dr Gray and Sarah were a godsend. I’d stopped the medicines that caused the loss, but my hair was still thin instead of the thick abundance it had been less than a year beforehand. Dr Gray determined that CTE had triggered FPHL. I went on supplements to help shedding, Viviscal, oral monoxidil (with my sensitive skin, I didn’t think I could tolerate the alcohol in the topical versions), and went through exosome therapy and microneedling. Four and a half months later, I came from my hair dresser who kept commenting on how much denser it was and how much new growth I have. I still hope for more on the crown—apparently the slowest area to regrow hair—and my temples, but my part is so much better. It may not be as dense as it once was—I still shed a bit too much, some of the hairs shorter than they ever were—but the difference is amazing and has done so much for my confidence already. I am confident it will continue to improve at least a bit more.
12 months ago
Sarah and Dr. Gray are courtesy, professional and friendly. I was apprehensive with the procedure needed to correct my problem but they eased my fears. I’m very glad I stumbled upon this practice! Keep up the good work!!
2 years ago
When dealing with the often distressing news of a hair loss diagnosis, this office offers kind, patient, and very knowledgeable care. I highly recommend Dr. Gray and his staff! Sarah runs the front office and is eager to help with any needs that come up. Our community is very fortunate to have such an advanced resource for hair loss treatments!
3 years ago
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Alopecia Areata: Jada Pinkett Smith’s Hair Loss Explained
Alopecia is a general term, and, despite incorrect usage of the word by many media outlets, is not a specific diagnosis per-se. There are numerous causes for hair loss and it can occur anywhere on the body where hair grows. Some types of alopecia are temporary and can potentially be treated, while others are permanent.